Idaho offers visitors the opportunity to join in the fun with locals for events of all kinds.
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Try our long, perfectly groomed runs and our “died-and-gone-to-heaven” back country skiing. Ski in style at world-class resorts including Bogus Basin Mountain Resort, Brundage Mountain Resort, Silver Mountain Resort, Schweitzer Mountain Resort, Sun Valley, and Tamarack Resort.
Idaho has more whitewater river miles than any other state in the lower 48, including the Lochsa River, the Payette, the Snake and the Middle Fork of the Salmon. Grab an oar and have an adventure.
Idaho’s Silver Creek, the Henrys Fork, and the South Fork of the Snake are world renowned for their fly-fishing opportunities. Whether you hope to catch dinner or just catch and release, Idaho is the perfect place to drop a line.
From world-class resorts to undiscovered municipal gems, Idaho has golf courses that will both challenge and delight. Take the Idaho Golf Trail – a golf vacation package that combines eight of Idaho’s best courses with resort style accommodations. Or, if you prefer, blaze a trail of your own.
Scenic wonders await your exploration in Idaho. Take in numerous awe-inspiring peaks, geological formations, lush green forests, and a waterfall higher than Niagara.
Enrich your Idaho vacation by exploring any of these culture spots. Or, try a self-guided tour of a pioneer landmark or check out a Broadway musical under a blanket of stars.
Whether you’re fishing, swimming, boating or camping, families and fun go together in Idaho. You’re in Idaho-get outside and play!
Thousands of miles of whitewater Recreational rivers and lakes are definitely the norm in Idaho. From extreme whitewater rafting to world-class fishing, there’s a water adventure for every desire in Idaho. It’s a refreshing treat you won’t soon forget.
Idaho offers some of the best in outdoor recreation and sightseeing in the west. Almost 70 percent of Idaho is public lands, from state parks and county parks to national monuments and reserves.
Some of Idaho’s designated byways have historic significance, but all have extraordinary scenic value. Relax as you are led through high country meadows, into dense forests of pine, across mountain passes and through majestic desert canyons. Start the car and let your journey begin.